Some Say New Executive Order Allowing Gatherings Could Put People At RiskA Friday night executive order from Gov. Cuomo now allows gatherings of up to 10 people anywhere in New York, but some are calling the move shocking, saying it could put people at risk; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Laptops, iPhones, Cleaning Supplies Stolen From Bronx Community CenterTwo men are wanted in connection to a burglary at a Bronx community center. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Police: Man Accused Of Snatching $3,400 Chain At Bronx Subway StationPolice are trying to find a man accused of stealing another man's chain at a Bronx subway station on May 16, 2020. (Credit: NYPD Crime Stoppers)
Memorial Day Travel Expected To Hit Record Low Due To COVID-19Memorial Day weekend travel is expected to hit a record low this year, with air travel down 88% and due to the pandemic. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Car Rental Company Hertz Files For Bankruptcy ProtectionThe rental-car company Hertz, hit hard by the pandemic, has filed for bankruptcy protection. The Florida-based company blames major debt and a drastic drop in business. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
New CDC Guidance Says 1 In 3 With Coronavirus Never Show Any SymptomsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say 35% of patients infected with COVID-19 as asymptomatic, and those exposed to the virus can take up to six days to show any sign of sickness. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
CBS 2 Saturday News at 6:00 a.m.Rescuers rushed into the waters off Beach 91st Street on Friday, but not in time to save a 24-year-old man. Beach-goers say this drowning was particularly difficult because it's an ominous foreshadowing for what could be a dangerous summer. CBS2's Tara Jakeway reports.
Walt Whitman H.S. Class Of 2020 Thanks Principal For SupportThe seniors at Walt Whitman High School in South Huntington did a socially distant drive-by to say thank you to their principal Friday.
Knicks Great Patrick Ewing Tests Positive For COVID-19A New York Knicks great has a warning to everyone about the coronavirus, and it comes from first-hand experience; CBS2's Otis Livingston reports.
Lower Income Communities Of Color Face Economic Impact Of Coronavirus PandemicResearch has shown that lower income communities of color have been hit especially hard by COVID-19, and neighborhoods bearing the brunt of the pandemic are also hard-hit financially; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Suffolk County Police Identify One Gilgo Beach Murder VictimUsing DNA technology, Suffolk County Police have identified the remains of one of the victims in the Gilgo Beach serial killings.
Man Rescued After Threatening To Jump From Brooklyn BridgeNYPD emergency teams rescued a man who climbed to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge and was threatening to jump Friday.
Trump Says Houses Of Worship Are Essential; Biden Expresses Regret Over Radio Show CommentsPresident Trump on Friday declared houses of worship are essential and need to be reopened. Meanwhile, former vice president Joe Biden is expressing regret over a comment he made on a popular radio show; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Jersey Shore Partially Open For Business As Memorial Day Weekend Kicks OffAs New Jersey continues its gradual reopening, much of the Jersey Shore is at least partially open for business, but this summer already feels different; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Hertz Files For Bankruptcy Protection Due To Drop In TravelHertz Car Rental is filing for bankruptcy protection.
New Yorkers Concerned No Lifeguards At Beaches This Summer May Lead To DrowningsRescuers rushed into the waters off Beach 91st Street on Friday, but not in time to save a 24-year-old man. Beach-goers say this drowning was particularly difficult because it's an ominous foreshadowing for what could be a dangerous summer; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Gov. Cuomo Issues Executive Order Allowing Gatherings Of Up To 10 PeopleGov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order allowing small non-essential gatherings just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
New NYC Reopening Requirements Shift Focus To New Hospital Admissions, ICU Beds, COVID Positive CasesMayor Bill de Blasio says the city will change the requirements for reopening; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
A Look Back At This Week's Stories: May 22, 2020Here's a look back at this week and the people coming together amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Bergen County Scouts Plant Flags Throughout Neighborhood For Memorial DayA scouting group in Bergen County that won't get to march in a Memorial Day parade this year still found a way to remind neighbors of the meaning of the holiday; CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
CDC Says 35% Of COVID-19 Patients Are AsymptomaticThe CDC now says about one-third of people infected with the coronavirus don't show any symptoms.
Man Accused Of Killing Dad During Zoom Call Is ChargedThe Long Island man accused of killing his father during a Zoom call has been charged with murder.
Lori Loughlin, Husband Enter Guilty Pleas In College Bribery Scandal"Full House" actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband entered guilty pleas Friday in the college admissions scandal.
Democratic Presidential Candidate Joe Biden Apologizes For Comment About Black VotersDemocratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is apologizing for a comment he made about black voters; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.